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researcher , chemical engineer

Christopher Peter D'Emic, American chemical engineer, researcher. Member of Electrochemical Society (conference co-chairman, Washington 2001, conference co-chairman, Paris 2003).


D'Emic, Christopher Peter was born on September 21, 1963 in Brooklyn. Son of Frederick Matthew and Joan Marie D'Emic.


Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Binghamton University, New York, 1985. Master of Arts in Chemistry, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1987.


Associate engineer International Business Machines Corporation, T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York, 1988—1992, senior associate engineer, 1992—1996, staff engineer, 1996—2000, advisory engineer, scientist, 2000—2008, senior engineer, scientist, since 2008. Manuscript peer reviewer Electrochemical Society, Pennington, New Jersey, since 2008.


  • Achievements include patents for Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor gate stack with high dielectric constant gate dielectric and integrated diffusion barrier. Patents for UHV horizontal hot wall cluster Chemical Vapor Deposition/growth design. Patents for back-plane for semiconductor device.

    Patents for method for making bonded metal back-plane substrates and forming metal high-k gate stacks with high mobility. Patents for Nitrided ultra thin gate dielectrics. Patents for method for improved plasma nitridation of ultra thin gate dielectrics.

    Patents for process of passivating a metal-gated complementary metal oxide semiconductor. Patents for method for forming heavy nitrogen-doped ultra thin oxynitride gate dielectrics.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to numerous science jours.


Member of Electrochemical Society (conference co-chairman, Washington 2001, conference co-chairman, Paris 2003).


  • Other Interests

    Running, weightlifting, piano, travel.


Married Susana Alves Reis, August 16, 1986. Children: Nicole, Matthew Joseph.

Frederick Matthew

Joan Marie D'Emic

Susana Alves Reis

Nicole D'Emic

Matthew Joseph D'Emic